New teardown project

TDA acquired another aircraft for teardown. MSN32418 (a Boeing 737-700) is currently being disassembled by eCube in Castellón, Spain. It’s the 7th 737-700 aircraft to be added to our teardown portfolio. It’s our first 737 teardown this year and our first Boeing aircraft since MSN28622.

Airframe Details

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Total Lifespan

  • Hours | 23508
  • Cycels | 15201
  • Avg. Flight time | 1.54 Hrs

Currently in disassembly

The disassembly process has just started. All vital components have been checked and inspected for repairs and possible re-modifications by our (after) sales and technical team.

The aircraft comes with some interesting items. Unlike most 737s, this airframe has 2x ADF antenna’s. This airframe also has winglets which we’re installed in 2010 after being retired from EasyJet. Thank to it’s first operator this airframe also used to carry an airstair underneath the passenger boarding door.

The majority of the parts will ship to our global warehouses, from where we serve the USM market.

Special thanks for the photos to:

  • Ricardo de Vries
  • eCube Spain

Did you know?


It’s one thing to fly business class. But another thing to rent your own aircraft to fly on multiple destinations around the globe for a couple of weeks. This very aircraft was leased by Destin Travel for their air cruises where people could book a luxurious trip to discover certain destinations around the globe. This airframe has been to Latin America, the Caribbean and North America multiple times. One of these tickets costs you around 70.000 USD!

  This aircraft ALSO USED TO FLY WITH Easyjet?

In contradicition to it’s short lived career as a private jet, this airframe was originally delivered to EasyJet in 2003. EasyJet retired all Boeing 737s in late 2010s, switching to an all Airbus fleet. MSN32418 got withdrawn from use in February 2010 to switch it’s orange colors for yellow with Airpost France. Airpost France later became ASL France.

| Parts enquiry and special requirements

Since we are amid teardown, it’s currently possible to place requests for special parts such as cut off cockpits (for flight simulation purposes), complete fuselages (suitable for training and educational purposes), and more. All components harvested from this aircraft will be tagged as soon as possible for end-use purposes.

Contact our sales team for all your enquiries

 Up next

We will continue to focus on both narrow-body and wide-body aircraft. Therefore we would like to reveal our next exciting teardown projects in the upcoming months.

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